Talk:Five Corners, Newark

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I'd like to know why a church from 1874 in Newark can survive ...[edit]

... even though there already are many old buildings in Newark, such that the loss of 1 old one from the mid-19th century would not even be significant ...

... yet the old "Y" building in Thunder Bay (one of the first YMCA buildings constructed in Canada), built in 1910 -- in a city that has very few buildings over 100 years old to begin with -- was allowed to be demolished last Fall?

Oh wait, I know: because Toronto controls everything in Canada, and Toronto wants to see 'civilization' destroyed everywhere in Canada that is not in the Quebec-Windsor urban corridor.

Including Thunder Bay.

That's why.

--Atikokan (talk) 02:04, 8 September 2010 (UTC)